New York Times Uncovers Wyoming-based Effort to Sabotage Political Campaigns - 2021-06-25

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F0.png New York Times Uncovers Wyoming-based Effort to Sabotage Political Campaigns June 25, 2021, New York Times, Big Horn Radio Network

Wapiti resident Erik Prince is one of several people associated with a Wyoming-based effort to infiltrate political campaigns and get "dirt" to sabotage candidates.

The New York Times published an article chronicling a Wapiti, Wyoming-based espianoge effort. Authors Mark Mazzetti and Adam Goldman interviewed dozens of people, including several Wyoming politicians, to put together the story.

According to the article, "operatives infiltrated progressive groups across the West to try to manipulate politics and reshape the national electoral map. They targeted moderate Republicans, too — anyone seen as threats to hard-line conservatives."

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{{cite news | title = New York Times Uncovers Wyoming-based Effort to Sabotage Political Campaigns | url = https://mybighornbasin.com/new-york-times-uncovers-wyoming-based-effort-to-sabotage-political-campaigns/ | work = New York Times | publisher = Big Horn Radio Network | date = June 25, 2021 | accessdate = July 1, 2021 }}